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Jamie Does Boston...

jamie(Photo - L-R -Jamie's extremely tall husband, tired and happy Jamie, Jamie's cute daughter.)

By Jamie Heying

Friday, April 22...just got back from Boston yesterday and was getting updated on your

blog. I see Darin going all in with his time, NICE! In my quest to become

a better runner and stop giving up my race during the run portion, I

actually discovered I enjoy the long suffer (hence my love of the Burrito

Union) and qualified for Boston while running Whistlestop on a girls

weekend. This after I told my husband 10 years ago that I would never do...

Versatility & Unseen Mutilations...

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Going Off Course

But What Kind of Bike Does He Ride?

dnaBy Bonnie Chromosome

"Hi Mom! I went on a date last night!" my daughter gleefully informed me on the phone.

I hung up on her.

Some people think of pronation as foot or wrist rotation. Not true. Pronation is a Greek funk word which actually refers to a hereditary issue that determines what you may be apt to do, i.e. 'prone to'. In our fine line of super genetics we are prone to disaster. Thanks, mom and dad. I will kindly pass that along to your grandchildren.

I grabbed my coffee and called my daughter back. "Tell me what happened...." I said, easing into my This-is-going-to-be-a-long-winded-story position in my chair. After she got...

Not Just a Workout & a T-Shirt...

noBy Matthew Payne

Race Report - Being that this was my first race since Best of the US last October, I didn

Crime Fighting Home Improvement Guy...

burglarBy David Thompson (from thompsontri.com)

This is the short version of a long but interesting story. While working on the in-floor heat for the mudroom during the later stages of the remodeling project. I forgot to lock the recently installed rear door to the house. I realize my mistake halfway through applying the scratch coat of thin-set mortar over the heating cables. I told my wife about this too. Neither of us thought it would be a big deal since our house had been with out a rear door for 2 months. The risk of not having a secure door for one more night seemed small....

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